My Favorite Things in the Salesforce Vax-Summer ’21 Release

Are you vaxed? Are you waxed? Is your Salesforce sandbox previewed? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then your summer is going to be lit.

It’s going to be hard to focus this summer. With everything opening up again, focusing on work is going to be a challenge. We have all this lost time to make up and we’re going to feel compelled to spend our disposable income on things other than online retail therapy and/or projects around the house.

And if you’re in the Salesforce ecosystem, it may be very hard to focus this summer as there’s a lot of good stuff in this release.

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My Favorite Things in The Salesforce Spring 21 Release

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Hey 2021! You look different. Did you start working out? How’s your mom?

I know I didn’t do a post for the Winter 20 release, but honestly with the delay in the Summer release and Winter coming out shortly after that, it was a lot to take in. But now that we’re in a new year and it’s been a few months since a release, I’m back on my release blog horse so to speak.

Crazy to think that Spring is around the corner, and that means baseball is here once again. I don’t know how this season will shake out, but I’m disheartened by some moves my beloved Chicago Cubs are making. I knew what it was to be a lovable loser for most of my existence, but to see these trades is a little heartbreaking. I’m debating watching the White Sox more because 1) their team is young and exciting and primarily 2) I don’t have cable and Sox games are on broadcast tv, and I’m not getting cable so a family of billionaires can get more money from me. Stop breaking my Cubby blue heart Ricketts family!

I’ve really digressed here.

As always, this post is not a comprehensive recap of what’s in the release notes; this is more a reminder for myself and my customers about what’s new and interesting. Also, I’m not covering all the clouds, but I go through most of them.

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My Favorite Things in the Salesforce Summer 20 Release

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Nothing says Summer like mason jars containing a cool drink sweating in the heat.

How are you? Are you stir crazy right now? Quarantining with a toddler during the wettest spring on record has made me very stir crazy. Now that the weather has finally turned the corner to construction season summer, I’m trying to get outside as much as possible. When I can’t go outside, I’m trying to read more to help me unwind. I’m currently reading this tome, but I just finished reading the Salesforce Summer 20 release notes and do I have some fun stuff to share with you.

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My Favorite Things in the Salesforce Spring 20 Release

I usually start these posts with a quip about the weather. Instead here’s a quote I read in this week’s New Yorker, “Horticulturists have a mantra: right plant, right place.” Now that we have the pleasantries out of the way, let’s jump into the fun stuff. I can say without hyperbole that this is the best Salesforce release of the year.

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My Favorite Things in the Salesforce Summer 19 Release

Summer 19 is in Salesforce, but I can tell you one thing: Summer is not here in Chicago. I feels like perma-spring and I’m sick of it. But the way things go around here, when Winter 19 comes out, I’ll probably be lamenting about the weather again.

Anyways, to help me remember and to help you remember, here are the notable updates.

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